Prasad RayuduAuckland, New Zealand

Prasad Rayudu is a highly experienced civil and geotechnical engineer, known for his expertise in geotechnical investigation and design, seismic and earthquake engineering, geotechnical risk assessment, and project management. With over two decades of experience in Australia, New Zealand, India, Singapore, and Vanuatu, Prasad has had the opportunity to manage projects of various sizes and complexities, providing him with invaluable project management skills.

Prasad's academic achievements include a Master's Degree in Geotechnical Engineering from Lincoln University in New Zealand and a Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering from Osmania University. Before joining Golder Associates as the Principal Geotechnical Engineer, he had worked with Coffey Geotechnics, SMEC, and UT New Zealand Limited, among other engineering firms.

At Golder Associates, Prasad held the position of Principal Geotechnical Engineer, leading multi-disciplinary projects and managing all aspects of geotechnical engineering, including site investigations and reporting for proposed development, foundation design, slope stability, earthworks, ground improvement, design of retention structures and small dams/embankments, and numerical modeling of geotechnical problems and groundwater studies.

Prasad is a specialist in geotechnical engineering and has the skills and experience to manage complex geotechnical projects from conception to completion. His vast experience makes him an asset in any team that aims to deliver successful engineering projects.

geotechnical engineeringseismic engineeringearthquake engineeringproject managementgeotechnical risk assessmentsite investigationsgroundwater studiesnumerical modelingslope stability
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